Pragmatics announced Dec. 16 two of its employees recently completed American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council’s educational programs.
“The ACT-IAC education programs provide intense 9-month curriculums that prepare leaders at each stage of their careers,” Pragmatics Chief Operating Officer Joe Brock said. “Our company has benefited greatly from over 10 years of participation in the ACT-IAC educational programs.”
Vice President and Deputy General Manager Michael Froelich completed the ACT-IAC 2016 Partners Program. Froehlich leads Pragmatics’ federal civilian operations and was one of 29 members of the 21st graduation class at the 2016 ACT-IAC Executive Leadership Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The ACT-IAC Partners Program pairs industry professionals and government leaders for nine months to engage, develop and prepare them for future roles as senior executives and corporate executive officers. The program also enables participants to gain an understanding of their counterparts’ roles to foster quality interactions and a greater understanding of government and industry management responsibilities.
Market Research Analyst Patrick Eydenberg completed the ACT-IAC 2016 Associates Program. He manages Pragmatics’ governmentwide acquisition contracts and serves as a research specialist. The Associates Program prepares young government and industry professionals for future leadership roles.
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